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Mike Maly

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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #40 on: June 18, 2014, 03:19:59 am »


Good Luck on the exam Mike. Do a few of the practice tests and you will be all set.

Craig
Thanks Craig! Took the test Monday and passed!


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Ivan Beaver

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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #41 on: June 18, 2014, 09:28:29 am »

Thanks Craig! Took the test Monday and passed!


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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #42 on: June 19, 2014, 06:52:59 pm »

Umm..... how far can we propel Chad from the speaker with a big "Thump"?.

what freq is the minus 3 of the new BC 218 sub?

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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #43 on: June 20, 2014, 02:19:03 am »

what freq is the minus 3 of the new BC 218 sub?

Franz
We don't official specs yet-as the cabinets were finished up right before they were loaded on a truck to go to the show.

We will get more data after the show.

But a "quick estimate" is the real -3dB (as measured from the rated sensitivity) is around 23-24Hz -But don't hold me to that yet
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Caleb Dick

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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #44 on: June 20, 2014, 05:20:22 pm »

We don't official specs yet-as the cabinets were finished up right before they were loaded on a truck to go to the show.

We will get more data after the show.

But a "quick estimate" is the real -3dB (as measured from the rated sensitivity) is around 23-24Hz -But don't hold me to that yet
At the demo, the BC218's even at moderate SPL drew cheers from most of the crowd.  We're already looking at which projects to put them in. 

The SBH family is also very impressive.

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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #45 on: June 21, 2014, 04:53:35 am »

Thanks Craig! Took the test Monday and passed!


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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #46 on: June 22, 2014, 06:05:06 pm »

I too attended Infocomm for the first time this year and have to agree, the Danley demo room was among the best things I heard/saw. Never heard their products before and was extremely impressed.
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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #47 on: June 22, 2014, 06:11:33 pm »

I too attended Infocomm for the first time this year and have to agree, the Danley demo room was among the best things I heard/saw. Never heard their products before and was extremely impressed.

While I didn't go to all, the Renkus Heinz room was my favorite this year. I am not sure what it is, but their products do it for me.
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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #48 on: June 22, 2014, 06:21:12 pm »

I too attended Infocomm for the first time this year and have to agree, the Danley demo room was among the best things I heard/saw. Never heard their products before and was extremely impressed.
We took a different approach this year to the demo room.

We brought mostly new product-not the "standard offerings" that Danley is know for.

There just wasn't enough time to show all the products.

Glad you enjoyed it.

I did not have time to visit many demos-but did "stick my head" into a few.

What stood out to me is how bad the spoken word was in a number of rooms.

They just did not seem to care about that-yet that is one of the first things that gets my attention.

How natural is it?  With music-we really don't know what it is "supposed" to sound like in many cases (except traditional instruments)-but with voice it is real easy to tell if it is natural or not-even if you don't know the person talking.

But I guess it all depends on what somebody is "looking for" in a product.

To me it is natural reproduction.

Don't try to sell me something when it is uncomfortable to listen to you.

But maybe that is just me-------------  I am "different"--------
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Re: Infocomm starts a week from today
« Reply #49 on: June 22, 2014, 06:42:46 pm »

We took a different approach this year to the demo room.

We brought mostly new product-not the "standard offerings" that Danley is know for.

There just wasn't enough time to show all the products.

Glad you enjoyed it.

I did not have time to visit many demos-but did "stick my head" into a few.

What stood out to me is how bad the spoken word was in a number of rooms.

They just did not seem to care about that-yet that is one of the first things that gets my attention.

How natural is it?  With music-we really don't know what it is "supposed" to sound like in many cases (except traditional instruments)-but with voice it is real easy to tell if it is natural or not-even if you don't know the person talking.

But I guess it all depends on what somebody is "looking for" in a product.

To me it is natural reproduction.

Don't try to sell me something when it is uncomfortable to listen to you.

But maybe that is just me-------------  I am "different"--------

The one thing that many companies did which at first was kinda boring, but turned out to be really great...is playing the same tracks. It's makes comparing products and brands easier.
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